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Pipe Options

Zimmatic’s standard 6 5/8-inch (16.8 cm) pipe is 15 percent thicker than that of the competition. Other diameters are available to provide maximum efficiency.

Pipeline Construction

Galvanized Steel
Offering the lowest cost per foot, galvanized steel pipe is ideal for “mild” corrosive situations.

Aluminum

     Zimmatic’s high-strength aluminum piping provides superior corrosion resistance even under the harshest water conditions. In addition, its ultrasmooth interior surface means less friction loss for greater efficiency. For a combination of strength, versatility and efficiency, aluminum piping is the right choice for many irrigators.

Stainless Steel
For serious problem water, high-alloy stainless steel pipe offers a high level of corrosion resistance. This method is ideal for long-term service in industrial and food processing applications – in addition to offering potentially higher resale value.

Poly-Lined Pipeline

     Ideal for most corrosive water conditions – municipal, industrial and agricultural. This includes a variety of applications: municipalities, food processing, chemical, textiles, mining, pulp and paper industries – just to name a few. This is a top-of-the-line alternative pipeline that offers excellent waste water management solutions. Heavyduty H.D.P.E. Liner (High Density Polyethylene) can handle corrosive elements, saline and acidic water.

Pipe Diameters

10-inch (25.4 cm)
Can be used for inboard spans to reduce horsepower requirements.

8-inch (20.3 cm)
Used on inboard spans of longer systems – 1,800 feet (549 m) or more.

6 5/8-inch (16.8 cm)
The industry standard diameter, commonly used on 1,300-foot (396 m) systems with flow rates of 1,000 gpm (63 lps) or less.

5 9/16-inch (14.1 cm)
For shorter systems



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